18 August 2021


Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

10 times I passed by the set of makeup brushes “Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set” in “Girlfriend”. 11 times I spoke to him: Don’t look at me like that! Why do you need me? I already have similar brushes – the same shape, diameter, purpose …

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

In the end, it turned out that the “Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set” is an updated line of brushes, which differs in many ways.

Yes, we see all the same familiar “faces”:

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

  • Real Techniques 400 Blush 200 Expert Face – brush for cream products: foundation and liquid blush

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

  • Real Techniques 400 Blush 300 Deluxe Crease – brush for creamy and dry textures

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

All these brushes can be found both individually and in other RT sets.

  • A bonus is a sponge – Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge, which I talked about in detail here.

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

Today my opinion about him has changed for the better, as I noticed that it turns out that not all “Miracle Complexion Sponge” are falling apart after a month. After that review, I bought a new batch of sponges and they lived much longer, which now I do not spend on Beautyblenders.

Now about the brushes from the “Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set”, or rather about how they differ from the old version of brushes.

Real Techniques Everyday Essentials Set

  • The first thing that surprised me was the pile. It is loosely typed. The brushes do not have the former elasticity that the RT 400 Blush brush opens like a fan when it touches the skin. I have never seen anything like this in any brush from Real Techniques.
  • The second is the softness of the pile. It is radically different from the basic brushes. Imitation of natural hair turned out to be a good solution for budget brushes. Only make-up artists are ready to spend money on squirrel brushes, but for fans, a brush for 5000 thousand did not knock anywhere.
  • Third, the set is still more profitable than buying each brush separately.

But there is one big “but”! The “Real Techniques” brush sets, like the sponges, are still a lottery.

Depending on the batch you come across, you may be shocked that the brushes are pricked and the pile sticks out in different directions.

Therefore, I would very much like the Chapman sisters to nullify the defective batches, even though the brushes belong to the mass market segment and are inexpensive. Do you agree?